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What comes first, the application or the database? Expand / Collapse
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Posted Tuesday, March 10, 2009 7:17 PM


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just because people are all in the same room and nodding their heads nicely doesn't mean they are working together.

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Posted Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:40 PM


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Tobar, I didn't get the title of Mr Diplomacy from several of New Zealand's larger coporates by being subtle. :)


moojjoo, y'all jus redeemed yourself with the comment about sHAREPOINT (doesn't deserve a leading cap and has an overinflated opinion of its place in the market).


All that's needed now is to overlay the sharepoint experience on to general application development and you'll find a representative of just about every evil that has inflicted development of moderately kosher systems since Windows itself (in spite of everything people may say to the contrary, I still think is does deserve a leading cap) introduced class concepts without rigorous polymorphic inheritance.


C'mon, somebody bite.





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Posted Wednesday, March 11, 2009 6:12 AM


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I'm a lover, not a fighter. Well, not really, but since Jacko is on the come back trail (ack, ack, thppbt) the phrase came to mind.

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Posted Wednesday, March 11, 2009 9:30 AM
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Let's not get side-tracked. My main point is that it isn't a one-sided process, but an intertwined process.

I didn't mean to hurt anyones feelings/ego. If building databases has been a very hard process for you, I'm sure you get the job done. No one is insulting your no-doubt expert hard work. I hope you get all the validation you need. Peace bro. Life is short.
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